But the greatest of these is a misnomer

I’ve been sick since the beginning of the month. At first, I thought it was just my Idaho allergies on the fritz because of the different climates I’d spent time in last month. But then, on Mother’s Day, I declined. It took two weeks and several days of antibiotics, but I’m feeling better. I didn’t leave the house the second week and was even relegated to my room for a few days. It brought to mind that melancholy brain fog of sequestering which I felt during parts of the pandemic. It was hard to concentrate even though I had the time to dedicate. Fortunately, several people visited or texted and I am thankful for the kind of love that reaches click to continue reading…

The Glory of Man

We’re in Scottsdale this week, a trip that replaced the canceled excursion to Costa Rica. I want to invite you to read a book with me this summer and I’m giving you lots of time if you’re a procrastinator or slow reader. It’s called Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women. I haven’t read it yet, but I have high hopes because I heard one of authors on a podcast. I’ll post and we’ll discuss it in the first blog of July. Or, if I see you in real life, mention it any time you want. That gives you May and June to prepare. A little background As a new momma, I called my pastor to ask him if there were click to continue reading…